Jessie and Reed's fall wedding at Tiny T Ranch was nothing short of thoughtful, family-centered, and true to their personalities.

Where do I even begin to describe this unforgettable Saturday last November?

Do I start with the details?

All of the decor were family heirlooms. The reception tables featured vintage knick-knacks, the furniture throughout the yard was curated from family homes, and Jessie's dad even brought his personal vinyl collection to be on display. The faux flowers were donated by the maid of honor's mom and the gem sewed onto Reed’s boutonnière once belonged to his mother. The quilts gifted to the wedding party and strewn around the venue reception were handmade by Jessie’s mom, who owns a quilting store. The reception decor also featured dozens of glassware thrifted for the occasion that guests could take home. In lieu of a cake, they had bundt cakes that featured cat-shaped toppers — an ode to their two kitties waiting at home.

Or how about BIG love shown by their families?

The kind of love where your step-moms hold hands and cry on each other’s shoulders while they watch you get ready. Where your sister is the best-woman, and she helps you get ready for your big day. And you stand through an hour’s worth of family photos to get a photo with every single person.

Or maybe I should start with Jessie and Reed’s love for each other.

They made their wedding truly their own. Screw cake cutting and speeches and first dances… or even dancing at all! (Except we did sneak in a dance or two or three.)

They traded tradition for beers around the bonfire and quality time with all their favorite people, and I am so here for more of that in 2022.

Venue: Tiny T Ranch

Invitations: Basic Invite

Florist: The Wardrobe Boutique

Dress: David's Bridal

Catering: El Dorado Cafe

Cake: Nothing Bundt Cakes

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